Ada Smailbegovic´

from Of the Dense
and the Rare


At the limit of the rare are the images of things, which we should perhaps term “skins” or “bark” as they are perpetually peeled off the surfaces of objects and sprayed out across the sky. Thrown off with such a loose-knit texture they can readily penetrate any object. Sometimes these cast off skins are sad-colored and the color catches the eye, red and blue stones in the river beaches brought out by patches of white-blue snow.